by on January 7, 2019
The Los Angeles Rams got a boost in their quest to stay undefeated Youth Aqib Talib Jersey , getting wide receiver Cooper Kupp back in the lineup at New Orleans after he missed three weeks with a knee injury.The Los Angeles Chargers and Seattle Seahawks both have their starting running backs in the lineup. Melvin Gordon (hamstring) was listed as questionable for the Chargers, the same designation the Seahawks gave Chris Carson (hip) on the injury report.Demaryius Thomas is set for a significant role in his return to Denver. The Texans lost Will Fuller, their second-leading receiver, to a knee injury to necessitate the trade for Thomas. Houston's third-leading receiver, rookie Keke Coutee, didn't make the trip because of a hamstring injury.The Broncos were down three starters. Safety Darian Stewart (neck stingers), cornerback Bradley Roby (ankle) and inside linebacker Brandon Marshall (knee) were all out. Will Parks replaced Stewart and Tramaine Brock stated in place of Roby. Rookie Josey Jewell has been getting snaps in place of the oft-injured Marshall.Here are the inactives for Sunday's Week 9 games:LA RAMS-NEW ORLEANSRams: WR Nick Williams, DB Darious Williams, RB John Kelly, OLB Trevon Young (back), DT Sebastian Joseph-Day, TE Johnny Mundt and DT Tanzel Smart.Saints: C Will Clapp, DE Marcus Davenport (Toe), S J.T. Gray, OL Chaz Green, DE Mitchel Loewen, T Michael Ola, LB Manti Te'o.LA CHARGERS-SEATTLEChargers: S Rayshawn Jenkins, RB Detrez Newsome, DE Chris Landrum, C Cole Toner, T Trent Scott, G Forrest Lamp, DE Joey Bosa.Seahawks: RB C.J. Prosise, CB Neiko Thorpe, S Maurice Alexander, G Jordan Simmons, G Ethan Pocic, DT Nazair Jones, DT Poona Ford.HOUSTON-DENVERTexans: WR Keke Coutee; CB Aaron Colvin; CB Johnathan Joseph; S Andre Hall, CB Deante Burton; ILB Zach Cunningham; DE Joel Health.Broncos: WR/KR DaeSean Hamilton; S Darian Stewart; RB Royce Freeman; CB Bradley Roby; ILB Brandon Marshall; G Sam Jones, G/C Sam Jones.KANSAS CITY-CLEVELANDChiefs: S Eric Berry, RB Darrel Williams Womens John Sullivan Jersey , LB Justin Houston, LB Frank Zombo, C Mitch Morse, OL Kahlil McKenzie, DL Justin Hamilton.Browns: QB Drew Stanton, WR Da'Mari Scott, DB Damarious Randall, LB Joe Schobert, OL Desmond Harrison, TE Pharaoh Brown, Chad Thomas.DETROIT-MINNESOTALions: RB Ameer Abdullah, LB Jalen Reeves-Maybin, LB Kelvin Sheppard, DE Eric Lee, DE Kerry Hyder Jr., G Joe Dahl, OT Andrew DonnalVikings: QB Kyle Sloter, WR Stefon Diggs, RB Roc Thomas, SS Andrew Sendejo, LB Anthony Barr, LG Tom Compton, DE Tashawn BowerCHICAGO-BUFFALOBears: LB Khalil Mack, WRs Allen Robinson II and Kevin white, DB Marcus Cooper, OL Rashaad Coward, TE Ben Braunecker and DT Bilal Nichols.Bills: QBs Josh Allen and Derek Anderson, LB Tremaine Edmunds, DE Trent Murphy, OLs Ike Boettger and Conor McDermott and WR Cam Phillips.TAMPA BAY-CAROLINABuccaneers: QB Ryan Griffin, RB Ronald Jones II, CB M.J. Stewart, OL Evan Smith Youth Marcus Peters Jersey , OL Alex Cappa, DT Rakeem Nunez-Roches, DE Demone Harris.Panthers: WR Torrey Smith, RB Cameron Artis-Payne, G Amini Silatolu, G Brendan Mahon, DE Marquis Haynes, LB Andre Smith, CB Josh Hawkins.NEW YORK JETS-MIAMIJets: CB Trumaine Johnson, CB Derrick Jones, LB Frankie Luvu, LB Kevin Pierre-Louis, G Dakota Dozier, TE Neal Sterling, DL Folorunso Fatukasi.Dolphins: QB Ryan Tannehill, LB Martrell Spaight, C Wesley Johnson, DE Jonathan Woodard, T Sam Young, TE A.J. Derby, DE Charles Harris.PITTSBURGH-BALTIMORESteelers: QB Mason Rudolph, WR Justin Hunter, S Marcus Allen, CB Brian Allen, OT Zach Banner, OT Marcus Gilbert, DE L.T. Walton.Ravens: QB Robert Griffin, OT Ronnie Stanley, OT James Hurst, TE Maxx Williams, WR Jordan Lasley, RB Ty Montgomery, LB Tim Williams.ATLANTA-WASHINGTONFalcons: CB Robert Alford (ankle) , K Matt Bryant (right hamstring), RB Brian Hill, DE Steven Means, G Austin Pasztor, G Rees Odhiambo, OT Matt Gono.Redskins: WR Jamison Crowder, RB Chris Thompson, LT Trent Williams, CB Adonis Alexander, S Kenny Ladler, C Casey Dunn, WR Brian Quick. The Los Angeles Rams won their first contest against the Seattle Seahawks to go 5-0. The Seahawks had dropped to 2-3. Entering this week’s contest the Rams had stayed mostly hot, entering at 8-1 while the Seahawks have fought to improve to 4-4.A win for the Rams could essentially clinch things in the NFC West as the Rams would be in a very comfortable situation.Here are the Seahawks that will do their best to prevent an early division crown heading back to Los Angeles.QB Russell WilsonThe Seahawks are led by Wilson. When the Rams played Seattle in Week 5, Wilson was struggling. At that point, he had not shown his typical self. The Rams game was his best game to date and since then, Wilson had a bit of a hot streak. After posting the best QBR of the season in Week 5, Wilson went on to have two very strong games, posting a 98.9 QBR two weeks ago. For the season, Wilson has thrown for 1,791 yards with a 66.1% completion percentage. He boasts a 18-5 TD:INT ratio while also having 118 rushing yards for the season.WR David MooreWho? Oh the guy that scored two touchdowns against the Rams last contest. Moore is a former seventh round pick that started to hit his stride after that breakout performance against the Rams. Moore has had eight receptions, 160 yards, and two touchdowns since the last contest bringing his season totals to 13 receptions on 21 targets for 237 yards and four touchdowns.EDGE Frank ClarkClark comes into the contest as the sack leader for the Seahawks with 7.5 so far. In addition, Clark has also intercepted a pass while forcing three fumbles. In the first Rams-Seahawks tilt, Clark had two tackles, including a tackle for loss, and a pass defended. The Rams offensive line will have their hands full with Clark as they look to neutralize him like they mostly did in the last contest.RB Mike DavisWith some injury concerns to Chris Carson, there’s a chance that Mike Davis will be the lead back on Sunday. Davis had actually scored in the last contest against the Rams and helped with a long 37-yard rush. For the season, Davis has 288 rushing yards and three touchdowns. LB Bobby WagnerWagner leads the Seahawks in tackles while also having the most passes defended. Against the Rams in Seattle, Wagner had eight total tackles. For the season Wagner has 52 total tackles and hopes to have a better effort against Todd Gurley as Gurley had rushed for three touchdowns.
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